The driver of a Toyota Camry traveling between Massachusetts and Rhode Island picked up an unexpected passenger late last month.
While cruising at about 50 mph on Route 44 in Taunton, Mass. on Sept. 20, the driver noticed a white poodle-bichon mix run in front of the car, and he hit the brakes. But as the Taunton Daily Gazette reported, the driver neither felt nor saw anything to indicate he struck the dog, so he continued driving for about 11 miles into East Providence, R.I. — where another driver notified him at a stoplight that the dog was stuck in the sedan’s grille.
“She was just holding on for dear life,” William Muggle, Animal Control supervisor in East Providence, told ABC. “She had paws gripped on the edge of the inside of the bumper.”
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